By FnF Correspondent | PUBLISHED: 27, Aug 2023, 17:11 pm IST | UPDATED: 27, Aug 2023, 17:13 pm IST
Security arrangements have been stepped up in Haryana's Nuh and other areas following the Sarv Jatiya Hindu Mahapanchayat's call for a 'shobha yatra' on Monday, despite the authorities denying permission for the procession. Officials said security personnel, including those from paramilitary forces, have been deployed to keep a strict vigil. Security at inter-state and inter-district borders has also been tightened.
Haryana Director General of Police Shatrujeet Kapur on Saturday said the administration had denied permission for the yatra due to a meeting of the G20 Sherpa Group, scheduled to be held in Nuh during September 3-7, and to maintain law and order in the aftermath of the July 31 violence.
According to a police spokesperson in Nuh, 1,900 Haryana Police personnel, besides 24 companies of paramilitary forces, have been deployed. No outsider will be allowed to enter Nuh. All entry points to the district have been sealed. The road leading to the Malhar temple has also been closed, he said. Traffic movement on the KMP Expressway and the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, however, will continue, the spokesperson added.
Nuh Deputy Commissioner Dhirendra Khadgata and Superintendent of Police Narendra Bijarniya on Saturday held a meeting with peace committees, the officials said. Police chief Kapur also presided over a meeting with senior officers of bordering states -- Punjab, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and the Union Territory of Chandigarh -- through videoconferencing and called for coordinated efforts to effectively deal with the situation.
The Sarv Jatiya Hindu Mahapanchayat has given a call for a Brij Mandal Shobha Yatra in Nuh on Monday. The Vishva Hindu Parishad has said the procession will be taken out and asserted that there is no need to obtain permission for such religious events. However, the authorities have denied permission for the yatra.
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